I’d identify as a multidisciplinary designer with a particular, heightened interest for all things both critical design and graphic design.
However, over the past few months, I have been developing a newly found passion for civic design as I see it as a powerful and worthy output to point my love for social change.
Future Experience: Kuro
The notion that killing 99.99% of bacteria around domestic environments is keeping children safe has been proven in actuality to have a detrimental effect on their future.
A child’s immune system needs the chance to be exposed to bacteria to educate the gut with microorganisms they’ll encounter in the future. Many scientists believe that the modern failure of this exposure is one of the leading reasons allergenic disorders are higher than ever before in human history.
Kuro is a speculative bacterial air purifier or rather impurifier of sorts that focuses on allowing infants and toddlers to be exposed to small doses of bacteria to better equip their gut environment for the future.
Bacteria paranoid world
Self Initiated: People’s Portal
People’s Portal is a phygital (digital/ physical hybrid) interface that strives to celebrate the everyday and give a better sense of place and self-belonging to the people of Glasgow. The portal stands as a skeleton structure to encourage Glaswegians to share their past by revisit Glasgow’s public facing buildings over the past 100 years.